I am lucky to have a few “foodies” in my family who I can mooch recipes off of and taste new foods at family get-togethers and holidays. My sister, a vegan, hopes to attend culinary school in the near future and I’m always interested to try her new vegan creations. My uncle is the general manager of the popular …
The Tremont General Store packs a lot of local pride in its 2,000-square-foot space. Cleveland foodies can fill up on culinary gems such as Wolf Boy Provisions hot dogs, Lake Erie Creamery cheeses, On the Rise breads and Pope’s Kitchen bloody mary mixes while shopping for other necessities such as soap, lotion, toilet paper or even flowers and plants in the backyard garden center. The best part? No long lines in sight. 2418 Professor Ave., Cleveland, 216-288-7167
An ideal chocolate gift for a baker, Francophile or general foodie. Made by Michel Cluizel of France, these foil wrapped mini baguettes are made from high quality milk chocolate. Presented in a wire bread basket.
I thought that food in New Zealand didn't really have a talking point, at least, when it came to real local food and produce. I mean sure, I know that if you go into cafes or restaurants in New Zealand, you can generally eat well. And of course, I know that New Zealand produces some great wine. But I will have to admit, I didn't think of New Zealand as a food super power. Then I went on a food tour in Auckland with The Big Foody Tours and was proved so wrong.
When bouncing this idea off of fellow foodie friends and professional cooks, the general consensus was, ‘ewww’ as in, the wings would be slimy and gelatinous. Well I am happy (and a little smug) to say that they were all WRONG! These were some of the best, most tender, most flavourful wings I have ever eaten.